Sep 11, 2010 10:00am EDT
many of us have now seen blurred, but on these anniversaries are somehow sharply put into perspective. lower manhattan not only the financial capital of the world, but as i said ihe outset grown to include much of the new jersey metropolis around it and of course where i speak from right now and that is in jersey city in new york harbor and the bustling city next to me that now has so many of the premier brokerage giants that were battered then and then coming back here now and as i said then, they're kind of hedging their bets by establishing very large offices and the tallest new jersey skyscraper, the goldman sachs building in new york city and former goveor george pataki joining me, a very packed schedule because of everything going on here. good to have you. >> thank you, neil, good morning. >> you know, governor, as we take a look at this jersey city and what'sappening here in large part because of events nine years ago, where you stand now, there are many vewh say that everyone in the financialon community at the time and beyond got a little anxious about being in lower manhatt
Sep 4, 2010 10:00am EDT
. >> have a great saturday and join us in the after the show, show. >> the east coast just dodging a bullet, but the nation is not. because the cat 5 storm is headed this way. brace yourself, it could get ugly. >> welcome everyone, i'm stuart varney we're live for the next two hours because the stakes are so high. for your jobs, your money, and your taxes. it's got the president working overtime this labor day weekend, as democrats scramble to keep their jobs. that's coming up in a moment. but first, the very latest. the president today defending his jobs record, saying his policies have stopped the bleeding. but have they? 814 billion dollars later, 283,000 jobs lost over the president's recovery summit. big labor gearing up for its jobs powwow on the heels of union boss richard trumka, saying that deficits do not matter. and an interparty democrat revolt is growing. the head of the dnc, tim kaine will be heading the campaign with the leaders of one of the devolt and connolly wants tax cuts extended for everybody, middle class, upper income earners and most of his party does not want that.
Sep 25, 2010 10:00am EDT
tonight. >> and so many people for and against us a debate. join us for after the show, show at foxnews.com. >> less than a hundred days to the biggest tax hike in u.s. history and what the democrats do? they punt, deciding to hold off on extending the bush tax cuts until the vote,decide their fate in november. with job worries mounting can america's economy afford to be waiting? i'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears. let's get to. bulls and bears, gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris, eric bolling and strategist keith murphy. eric, bottom line, can the economy afford the wait? >> no, brenda, why wait at all? right now, we need answers right now, we need solid tax structure and need to know where taxes are right now. that's why small businesses aren't hiring, they're not sure what's going on and what's going to happen in the future and they need these bush tax cuts to be extended right now, not later, not after we find out who wins the election. because the economy right now is at a very critical point. it could turn rnd an and get better, or you know, we risk another doubl
Sep 18, 2010 10:00am EDT
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